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Zombieworld

Zombieworld (2015) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  100m  •    •  Directed by: Jesse Baget, Adrián Cardona, Rafa Dengrá, Luke Guidici, Phil Haine, Peter Horn, Jared Marshall, Cameron McCulloch, David Muñoz, Adam O'Brien, Zachary Ramelan, Paul Shrimpton, Vedran Marjanovic Wekster, Tommy Woodard.  •  Starring: Bill Oberst Jr., Kevin Allen-Bicknell, José María Angorrilla, Roy Aralios, Ibby Bakalouma, Ry Barrett, Steven Barton, Natasha Benrad, Stephen Benrad, David Bishop, Noé Blancafort, Lauren Brady, Timothy Brennen.  •  Music by: Jeff McDonough.
       There is nowhere to hide...nowhere to run...the Zombie Apocalypse has come, and our world now belongs to the dead! From Ireland, Canada, Australia, Europe and all over the U.S., the bone-chilling news reports tell the same gruesome tale - walking corpses terrorize and devour the living. Only a few desperate humans find the courage to stand and fight for their last chance at survival. But the hordes of undead keep coming, and there's only one thing on the menu - us.

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Review:

Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
Image from: Zombieworld (2015)
To be honest, seeing the cover photo, along side with the name, I felt as if this was going to be some low budget. singular movie. But no, to my surprise.. "Zombieworld" turned out to be a fun, glorious zombie anthology winner! Of course, this movie, however had lots of flaws, the fact being this movie being pieced together by Dreadcentral shorts introduced. [ Correct me if I'm wrong ] It had some acting that was actually considerable, not as far, or in respectful aspects believable though; but in a way pieced together and won. Of course, this movie had multiple flaws when it came to seriousness, which this movie isn't meant to be, if any of you haven't figured out already. In the end, though, this anthology horror flick was what it was, it pieced together short films of which were scattered about from multiple directors into one film, each one tying in with dark comedy, gore, and some shocking situations given visually to us audience.

I found the execution of this movie to be fun, and exciting. The movie decided to make the audience laugh with a constant news set up. A news anchor would constantly act horrible on purpose, just to give the audience a laugh, which was actually quite funny. The movie also executed "Scheduled alerts" of which commercial - like breaks showing zombie killing tutorials, demonstrating throw back horror at it's finest. With all of that being said, the execution WASN'T flawless, but entertaining, succeeding in it's comedy, and entertainment to the audience, all at the same time pleasing the zombie fans.

With all things said for this film, there's not exactly too much else to say of the film. Honestly, if you ask me, this wouldn't particularly be a film EVERYONE would like, depending in the range of the horror fan. This film, is in fact low budget; it dose, however it dose entertain, and keep the audience on they're feet, keeping them in range of dark comedy, horror, thrilling scares, and some dread. All of which leading to a success, making this film pretty freaking awesome for zombie lovers, I recommend it for horror fans looking for a crazy, fun time.


Review by SomewhereSomehow from the Internet Movie Database.